Friday, December 7, 2012

Miracle at the Museum of Broken Hearts by Talli Roland

Miracle at the Museum of Broken Hearts by Talli Roland is a Christmas novella of 64 pages in length.

I, for the most part, enjoyed ready this novella. It was a bit sappy in parts, but an overall feel good story with likeable enough characters and nice storyline.

Here's a book description of The Museum of Broken Hearts from Amazon's website:
All Rose needs is a Christmas miracle... or does she?

When chief romantic Rose Delaney scores her dream job at London's quirkiest new attraction, The Museum of Broken Hearts, she thinks she's got it made. Sure, it's a little depressing dealing with relics of failed relationships each day, but Rose is determined not to let it break her 'love conquers all' spirit. After discovering the museum's handsome curator is nursing a broken heart of his own, Rose steps in to fix it. 

Can Rose bring about a happy ending before Christmas rolls around? And does every relationship truly deserve a second chance?
The general theme of this novella, 'Does every relationship deserve a happy ending?' is a good one, especially for those romantic at heart types. But perhaps, not every relationship is worth a happy ending.

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